Men’s Soccer Player Profiles Nick Aievoli Nick Aievoli graduated from L.D Bell High School (Hurst, Texas) in 2010. He claimed First Team All-District 5-5A honors as a defender, playing under head coach Scott Campbell. Bell finished with a 4-7-6 record during Aievoli’s senior season. He played club soccer for Gator F.C. Tanner Britton Tanner is a native of Lubbock, Texas and was part of Monterey High School’s 15-5-2 playoff season as a senior. He claimed honorable mention All-District 2-5A honors as a defender. The Plainsmen had their season come to an end in the Class 5A Bi-District round with a loss to El Paso Socorro. Kelvin Brown Kelvin transfers to Lubbock Christian University after playing junior college soccer for Mountain View College in Oak Cliff, Texas. He played defense under head coach Steve Rodriguez. A graduate of Cedar Hill High School in Cedar Hill, Texas, he received AllDistrict 7-5A honors at defense. Alistair Caldwell Alistair comes to LCU from Eastern New Mexico University, where he started 14 games in net, registering a 1.71 goals against average with three shutouts (against Colorado Christian, St. Edwards and Northeastern State). The goaltender from Kilmarnock, Scotland claimed Lone Star Conference Defensive Player of the Week on October 21, 2009, and was also chosen to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll. Alistair played club soccer with the Neilston Juniors U21s. He represented Scotland at Schoolboy levels U15 and U18. Has been the winner of Scottish Cup with Ayrshire Schools in 2007, Ayrshire League with Hurlford Juniors in 2008, the U19s Ayrshire League, Presidents Cup and North Ayrshire Cup in 2007. Adrian Carpenter Adrian is from Abilene, Texas, where he starred at Cooper High School. As a senior last season, Adrian claimed District 7-4A Co-MVP and First Team All-District honors. The midfielder played under Lalo Munoz and the Cougars qualified for the playoffs as the third seed out of district 7-4A. They opened the playoffs with a loss to Randall High School in a match played at Lubbock’s Lowery Field.
Conlee Davis Conlee begins his college soccer tenure with the Chaparrals after serving as the starting goaltender the past two seasons at San Angelo Central High School in San Angelo, Texas. He played under head coach Tony Vu and Central finished 6-12-4 last season. Conlee lettered three seasons at Central. Aaron Dosal A Dallas native, Aaron Dosal comes to LCU after graduating Skyline High School. Aaron was the District 9-5A Co-Defensive MVP as a defender. Skyline’s football team was ranked No.2 in the state of Texas (AP) and No.8 in the nation (Rivals) before falling in the Class 5A Div.I Regional Semifinals, and Aaron was a vital part of Skyline’s success as their starting placekicker. On the pitch, Aaron was part of Skylines playoff squad, which finished the season with a loss in the opening round of the playoffs. Aaron has also played club soccer with the Dallas Texans, which are a Nike Premier Club program, which is designated to the top-46 youth elite clubs in the country. Justin Dupriest Justin joins the Chaparrals soccer program after receiving All- District 5-5A honors at Central High School in Keller, Texas. Central went 14-2-5 last season under head coach Dave Maher and qualified for the UIL playoffs (lost in the opening round). Justin produced a pair of goals and a pair of assists as a defender last season. He competed in club play for F.C. Dallas’ youth program. Jarred Gillespie Jarred comes to LCU from Kingwood Park High School. The Houston native was part of the State Championship Tournament and finished as the runner-up to Frisco Wakeland in a shootout of the Class 4A Championship Game. The loss was the Panthers only loss of the season and they finished with a 27-1-1 season playing under head coach Ryan Smith. Jarred was a midfielder on the team and finished the season with three goals. Hunter “Gator” Ganze As a member of the local Monterrey High School Plainsmen, Hunter “Gator”...
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